Entertainment 'Black Panther' Passes 'Titanic' on All-Time Box Office List

21:26  07 april  2018
21:26  07 april  2018 Source:   Rolling Stone

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‘ Black Panther ’ Box Office Passes ‘Beauty and the Beast’ to Land at #9 on All - Time List . 3. Titanic – 9.4 million. 4. Jurassic World – 2.3 million. 5. Marvel’s The Avengers – 3.4 million.

Related: Black Panther Passes Last Jedi. Per Box Office Mojo, Black Panther earned .6 million in its sixth weekend, raising its domestic total to 0.9 million. It’s only million behind Jurassic World (2.2 million) and might even pass Titanic (9.3 million).

d: 'Black Panther''s box office dominance continues as the Marvel blockbuster passed 'Titanic' to become the third highest-grossing film of all time.© Provided by Wenner Media, Inc. 'Black Panther''s box office dominance continues as the Marvel blockbuster passed 'Titanic' to become the third highest-grossing film of all time.

Black Panther's box office dominance continues to shatter records as the Marvel blockbuster vaulted past Titanic to become the third highest-grossing film of all time.

James Cameron's Titanic – which enjoyed a 12-year reign as the highest-grossing film until it was usurped by the director's Avatar in 2009 – fell to Number Four on the all-time list after Black Panther leapt past the 1997 epic's $659.5 million domestic total, the Hollywood Reporter writes.

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First, at the domestic box office , Black Panther ’s total has hit 2.5 million which puts it ahead of Jurassic World (2.3 million) to become the #4 movie of all time . This record will be short-lived, as the film will pass Titanic (9.3 million)

By the end of the weekend, Black Panther will likely sit at Number Five on the all - time (not adjusted for inflation) domestic box office list , behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Avatar, Titanic and Jurassic World; this weekend, Black Panther will have jumped over The Avengers and Star Wars

Without adjusting for inflation, Black Panther now only sits behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens ($936 million) and Avatar ($760 million) on the all-time domestic box office list, according to Box Office Mojo.

Black Panther previously became the highest-grossing superhero film ever after surpassing The Avengers' $624 million haul. However, that record, as well as the Number Three spot, could be in jeopardy when Avengers: Infinity War – featuring Chadwick Boseman's Black Panther and his fellow Wakandans – opens in theaters later this month.

Two months after Black Panther's theatrical release, the Marvel movie continues to resonate culturally: Boseman is scheduled to host tonight's episode of Saturday Night Live, marking the second SNL episode this season to feature a Black Panther actor; Sterling K. Brown hosted the March 11th episode.

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With its current global box office receipts, Black Panther has become the 10th-highest grossing movie of all time , taking over Frozen's spot. In fact, there's a big possibility that Black Panther will soon topple James Cameron's epic, Titanic , to move to the #3 spot on the all - time US chart.

With the .2 million that Black Panther brought in over the weekend, it’s now likely a week away from passing Jurassic World and Titanic on the all - time domestic box - office chart. It’s expected to eventually pass Frozen on that list and settle into the top 10 overall.

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